London Midland has announced plans to restructure its business, with an anticipated 150 jobs set to be axed as a result. It is expected that the majority of the jobs will be lost from Head Office and won't alter the actual day to day running of the trains.
The job cuts are part of plans to make the way the business works more cost effective and efficient. The firm has insisted that no front line jobs will go as part of the restructure, and London Midland passengers will not be affected by the alterations.
Business restructuring and job cuts are becoming all too common as companies struggle to keep costs down and ensure their businesses are running efficiently, whilst maintaining the highest level of service possible to customers. London Midland appears to be following suit, leaving some staff facing an uncertain future with the company